Five new residencies added to our database
NEWS - Art Motile News
Tuesday, 15 January 2013 20:32
AADK, Azala, Campo Adentro, Curators' Network and Matadero Madrid added to Art Motile's AIR Database.

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AADK Spain is the Spanish chapter of AADK (Aktuelle Architektur Der Kultur, or Current Cultural Architecture), a Berlin-based network of artists and projects which was founded in 2006 and is now an international platform featuring projects curated by members as well as guest artists. Read more about AADK Spain here.

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Azala is a dance and performing arts centre in the Basque Country in northern Spain. Located in a rural area, the centre is a space for artistic residencies and a meeting place for artists. It aims to generate working conditions conducive to the processes of creation and investigation for its resident artists, while creating a space and period of time which allows for the freedom to produce, learn, experiment, reflect, and engage in critical exchange. Read more about Azala here.

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Campo Adentro is a project exploring territories, geopolitics, culture and identity in the context of the relations between urban and rural environments as they exist in Spain today. The aim of Campo Adentro's residency programme is to allow for creative investment in rural issues, encouraging artists to reconsider rural environments, and for rural communities to provide resources for self expression and cultural generation. The project provides artists, farmers, intellectuals, rural development agents, policy makers, curators and art critics, among others, with an open platform for presenting their research and practice. Read more about Campo Adentro here.

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Curators’ Network is an online platform where emerging European cultural agents can connect and collaborate. The network was created to help art professionals from across Europe share their knowledge, while encouraging international collaboration between European organisations and curators and promoting new artists in European circles. Read more about Curators’ Network here.

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Matadero Madrid is a living, changing space catering to creative processes, participatory artistic training and dialogue between artistic disciplines. It was created to contribute to reflections on our contemporary socio-cultural environment, as well as to support processes for constructing the culture of today and tomorrow. Set in one of the most important early-20th century industrial architecture sites in the capital, Matadero Madrid aims to become the city’s biggest centre for contemporary creation and a leading international space dedicated to present-day culture. It is an initiative by Madrid Council’s Department of the Arts, in collaboration with other public and private entities. Read more about Matadero Madrid here.

 
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Art Motile says goodbye

After almost six years in operation, it is with great sadness that Art Motile announces the end of its activity. Our website as well as the database will remain online but will be not updated anymore. Read more here.

 

Art Motile's new publication is out now

Art Motile is very happy to announce the release of its new publication, "AIR Array: Perspectives on Artist in Residence Programmes". Read more here.

 

AIR ARRAY: Meeting of AIR Programmes and Mobility Workshop for Artists


Art Motile and Matadero Madrid present AIR ARRAY, a three-day event focused on artist in residence programmes and artist mobility. The event consists of two main activities: a two-day meeting for AIR programmes and a half-day mobility workshop for artists. The event will take place on the 9th, 10th and 11th of March 2015 at Matadero Madrid and Casa de Velázquez - Académie de France à Madrid.

See the full programme here.
Register for free attendance here.

 

About Art Motile


Art Motile is a platform providing information and resources on Spanish artist in residency (AIR) programmes, as well as information related to artist mobility in general. We are developing our services as we go and welcome any feedback we get from our users, so if you'd like to get in touch you can email us at info@artmorile.org.

In 2012, Art Motile received support from the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport.

 

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